Karen Moss wins big in divisional speech contest
Congratulations to Karen Moss, administrative assistant in the College of Engineering and Computing, on her big win with Toastmasters International. 
Tobacco-free Miami: Support can make all the difference
It's hard to quit smoking or using tobacco, so don't be afraid to lean on your friends, family and campus community for support.
Microsoft Office 2016 free for all faculty, staff and students
There are not many words in the English language better than “free.” That is why IT services is excited to remind everyone that Microsoft Office 2016 for Windows, Apple OS X and mobile devices is free for all Miami faculty, staff and students for use on personal devices.
Five Free, Fun Things at Miami in November
Miami Matters brings you five free, fun things to do at Miami each month. We've highlighted five activities for November on Miami's Oxford and Regional campuses.
It is not too late to save on your 2017 health premiums
The deadline to complete your Healthy Miami steps is just around the corner.
Show thanks for your health with self-care
Miami Benefits & Wellness is offering several self-care and preventive health opportunities this fall that are free and open to all Miami employees.
Try this Autumn Vegetable Soup recipe
Miami's Benefits & Wellness team hosted its fall cooking class this month with a theme that celebrated Food Day, a national effort to promote healthy and affordable meals produced with care for the environment.
IT services to scan for confidential information in Google Drive and network documents
As part of the effort to protect confidential information stored at Miami, IT services will begin scanning documents stored in both Google Drive for faculty and staff and in network drives at Miami.
Cybercrime: Coming to a computer near you?
Cybercrime. It sounds like something from a science fiction movie, but according to a 2015 CBS News report, 1.5 million cyber attacks occur every year.